uDOu is back this brand-spanking-new year with another set of fresh OPM tunes. Vote for your favorite below!


What’s up! Welcome to the 2021 edition of Top 10 Weekly OPM Songs of U DO U! Last week, we saw Arthur Nery and Jason Dhakal bag the most votes with Happy W U followed by rookie Meg Zurbito’s Pakiusap at number 2, and veteran band Sponge Cola’s Siguro Nga at number 3!

Today, we’re presenting you with a fresh set of original Filipino tracks that greeted us cruisin through the airwaves this new year. Make sure your favorite takes the number one spot by placing your vote in the poll!

Watch out for the winners on this week’s polls! Polls will be open until February 2 at 6 pm, and we’ll release the full run-down of our Top 10 Songs of the Week later the following night on February 3 at 7 pm! This year’s polls will officially run every other Wednesday through to the next.

Here’s the official line up of the songs that made it on our OPM Top 10 Weekly:

Happy W U by Arthur Nery feat. Jason Dhakal

The two groovy smooth operators are back on the list with last week’s win, devine as always with their sumptuous dynamic vocals. A heaven-sent track by mainstays of the frankly underappreciated Filipino R&B scene.


Pakiusap by Meg Zurbito

While relatively a newbie, who totally outdid herself having bagged the second spot on last week’s list, Meg Zurbito without a doubt shapes up to be a successful acoustic princess with this thoughtful track, Pakiusap!


Siguro Nga by Spongecola

One of the Philippines’ premiere OPM bands are back on the list just a few months after their hit song Lumipas Ang Tag-Araw. While we thoroughly enjoyed their Bahay Beats version of Lumipas ang Tag-Araw, OPM household name, Sponge Cola’s Siguro Nga shapes up to be a steady chart-topper.


Park Chaeyoung by Mayonnaise

This swoon-worthy enchanting track about a certain BLACKPINK member by the rock royalties of the Philippines, Mayonnaise, absolutely deserves to be on everybody’s charts.


Ilaw by Callalily

A 2021 release by Callalily, successful in its objective of sparking hope in these dark times, Ilaw is poised to be one of the band’s most memorable songs for years to come.


Eba by Kiyo

A breakthrough artist reppin the Philippine r&b and rap scene, Kiyo’s latest track, Eba is a chill groovy number sure to get any party vibin!


How by Caleb Santos

Known first as a former member of the Philippine’s first P-pop boy group, actor, and singer song-writer Caleb Santos releases another acoustic pop heartbreak hymn set to dominate karaoke line-ups evermore.


Huli by Alyssa

O/C Records’ recently debuted artist, Alyssa, explodes of potential in her debut waltz track ‘Huli.’ As artful as the album cover, the song boasts of Alyssa’s unique artistic expression. Tune in now!


Pera Pera Lang by Kunnns

Kunnns is a relatively new name even in Philippine hop hop and r&b but this track proves just how much the artist was born for this craft. While Philippine hip hop gets a bad rap in the industry in general, Kunnns is one of the artists who elevate the craft and will surely elevate his career in the same way.


Let Me Love You by BJ Esporma feat. Walter

Chill beat maker BJ Esporma teams up with fellow groove artist Walter for this bomb track perfect for rainy days which call for a bit of cuddling and smooth calypso. Keep your eye on both these artists hailing from the province of the PH, they’ve got it figured out!


Place your vote in the poll below! Watch out on Monday next week on our Facebook , Twitter @udouph, and Instagram @udoublog which of these amazing songs makes it to the top spot.

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